Signs That Your Pet is Visiting You from the Dead

Indications that your pet is visiting you from the dead
  • You hear as if they are walking upstairs.
  • You hear their claws on the hardwood floor in the kitchen.
  • Their dog collar from down the hall can be heard.

The signs above are the big dog signs that are well known for animals that are visiting their humans from the other side.

Pets also want to be in heaven just like humans. Most pets are always with their humans or with their other pet friends some that are still alive, and they wish to visit them.

  • You feel like they are near your bed.

This is mostly dominated by the cat, but dogs who have died can do it too most likely if they were pets that loved to snuggle.

They are even able to make a physical impression on the sheet of the bed, so make sure you pay attention to that. Why? Because this is a very common visitation which is known specifically for turning the worst skeptic to a believer.

Dogs and cats will do this during your moments of grief and taper these kinds of visitations as you continue to help you to heal.

  • You can see them in the corner of your eye.

This sign could be a remnant of an old great grandmother clairvoyant of some sort and also an indication from them and an actual pet apparition that transpires. Pet visitations can manifest more of a hologram-like appearance just like a ghostly apparition.

  • You can hear their songs on the radio

This happens to almost all pets. That song that used to play in your car when you come from the vet after putting them to sleep or the song you heard immediately they passed away. Many of us usually choose songs for our pets and if that’s you and you hear a pet song, then its already a sign.

  • You feel low about their death then feel happy after some time

Their smiling faces. Those happy moments you shared. Pets can send us memories that make us feel better.

  • You wake up feeling like they are around you

This involves sensing their presence as a wake-up call when you are still asleep. This is quite common with pets that have passed away and even with some humans. This is because it is during those times of sleep and dreaming that you become more receptive and open.


  1. The notion of pets visiting their humans from the other side is intriguing. It raises questions about the nature of the bond between humans and their pets.

    • Indeed, the bond between pets and humans often transcends just companionship. It would be interesting to explore how cultural views on this phenomenon vary.

  2. Pet visitations acting as a form of grief therapy is a fascinating concept. It presents an alternative way of coping with the loss of a beloved pet.

  3. The description of pets appearing in the corner of one’s eye evokes a sense of lingering presence. This could be interpreted as a comforting sign for those who are grieving.

  4. How fascinating to think that our beloved pets might still be visiting us from the other side. The connection we share with them truly transcends the physical realm.

  5. The idea that pets could make a physical impression on a bed sheet could be seen as a powerful emotional sign. It’s reminiscent of how humans look for signs or symbols in times of mourning.

  6. Oh, wonderful! My dearly departed dog makes guest appearances in my dreams to keep me company. Maybe next time, he’ll help me solve the mystery of the missing socks!

    • While your comment is humorous, the underlying truth is that such experiences can be deeply comforting for those grieving the loss of a pet. Humor and grief often go hand-in-hand in the healing process.

  7. I find the idea of deceased pets making physical impressions on beds and playing songs on the radio to be rather preposterous. It’s comforting, yes, but it seems more like wishful thinking than anything based in reality.

  8. Seriously? My cat is going to come back as a hologram? That’s rich. Next thing you’ll tell me is that my goldfish is swimming in the great beyond!

    • I understand your skepticism, but for those of us who’ve experienced such phenomena, it’s a comforting thought. It’s more about the emotional resonance than the literal belief.

  9. The role of familiar songs in pet visitations is particularly thought-provoking. Music has a strong emotional connection for many, and this aspect could serve as a poignant reminder of the pet’s presence.

    • The connection between music and memory is well-documented. It wouldn’t be surprising if this phenomenon offers comfort to those mourning their pets.

    • Music does have a unique ability to trigger memories and emotions. It’s plausible that hearing a ‘pet song’ could evoke a sense of their presence.

  10. This article provides insightful information into how people might interpret the signs of their departed pets. It’s an interesting fusion of emotional healing and metaphysical concepts.

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